Visual Bulk (TAS) presents
meat tetris ~ Theo Polyviou, Myfanwy Mars, Samuel Mountford, Billie Rankin, Sarah Jones & Laura Gillam
The entanglement of our minds, hands and bodies with computers, screens and handheld devices prompts a rethinking of the ways intimacy is conceived, thought, described and enacted.
If intimacy occurs in remote and undefined places, not only between bodies but between devices and across networks, what can sex look like?
Opening Friday 22 November, 6–9pm
Open Saturday 23 November, 10am–3pm
Visual Bulk, 153A Argyle Street, Hobart
Image credit: the difference between the difference between, video still, Myf Mars